Week 47: Has God Forgotten Me?

This is a question which people of all ages usually feel and express at least once in their lives. Sometimes we think that God is so involved with the rest of the universe that we have been left out of His plan, dropped off His radar and been removed from His thoughts. This week I met with Hannah Justice who talked to me about God’s faithfulness and His plans for our lives. Watch the video to hear the answer to the question, “Has God forgotten me?”

10 responses to “Week 47: Has God Forgotten Me?

  1. Miheret T.

    This is a great reminder of our loving and caring God. Thanks Anna. You are doing awesome on the show…..

    Bless you!

  2. Hannah Justice

    So proud of you Anna and so excited to see where the Lord leads you. He truly is faithful and knows each of our hearts. He truly cares about who we are what we become. He’s always there for us, just as I was reading this morning in Isaiah 41:10 “So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” He is a God that CARES….no matter the hard times, the good times, the hurting times, the lonely times, the blessing times and the pure joy times! He knows what is BEST for us and if we put our trust in Him, a SOVEREIGN God, we can be at peace. Excited to see how the Lord uses you and where He takes you. Love you so much!!!

  3. Nikki

    Hi Hannah,
    Great reminder that God truly does care for us. That His thoughts are higher than our thoughts and that He truly knows what’s best for us. We can trust Him with every aspect of our lives.
    Thank you for taking the time to do the video it really encouraged me


  4. Naomi

    Great job, Anna. You are making a good teacher.
    It is great to know God has plans and a purpose for each of us; and His plan is always best!


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